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Table 1 Participant characteristics

From: Implementation of a lifestyle intervention for people with a severe mental illness (SMILE): a process evaluation

A. Characteristics of interviewed mental health care professionals
Nr Gender Age Discipline Total sessions given
HCP1 Male 60–69 Nurse 15
HCP2 Female 40–49 Activity worker 20
HCP3 Female 50–59 Nurse 23
HCP4 Female 30–39 Nurse 24
HCP5 Female 50–59 Nurse 30
HCP6 Female 50–59 Nurse 28
HCP7 Female 30–39 Social worker 27
HCP8 Female 30–39 Psychologist 25
HCP9 Female 30–39 Expert-by-experience 29
HCP10 Female 30–39 Nurse 28
HCP11 Male 50–59 Nurse 27
HCP12 Female 50–59 Nurse 27
HCP13 Male 40–49 Nurse 24
B. Characteristics of interviewed clients
Nr Gender Age Diagnosis Weight change after 6 months Total attendance
C1 Male 50–59 Schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder Gain 18
C2 Female 40–49 Borderline or other personality disorder Loss 23
C3 Female 30–39 Borderline or other personality disorder Loss 23
C4 Male 50–59 Schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder Loss 14
C5 Male 40–49 Schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder Gain 18
C6 Female 40–49 Depressive or bipolar disorder Gain 3
C7 Female 50–59 Depressive or bipolar disorder Loss 28
C8 Female 30–39 Schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder Gain 11
C9 Male 40–49 Schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder Loss 29
C10 Female 40–49 Depressive or bipolar disorder Equal 23
C11 Female 50–59 Schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder Loss 20
C12 Female 50–59 Post-traumatic stress disorder Loss 21
C13 Female 30–39 Post-traumatic stress disorder Loss 21
C14 Male 50–59 Schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder Loss 30
C15 Male 60–69 Obsessive compulsive disorder Loss 29